Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Pics - Push UR Limits in Real Life, Mynah, Astro Crops

Plain White Push UR Limits - Yawn. Couldn't they have added contrasting straps/mesh panel to liven it up?

Angel Blue Push UR Limits - The color is washed out in this photo.

Potion Push UR Limts

Why couldn't they add constrasting straps or mesh panels to liven these up? The solids are rather boring. I love the back of this tank (although, I must say this woman has enormous shoulders - she must be a swimmer).


I love when jackets and tank coordinate like this. The tank has a bit of the jacket color in it. Unfortunately, stripes are the only "print" we are getting. I'm not a fan of the solid tank and solid jacket look - so ho hum:

The best fitting sunblocker I've seen yet.

Mynha Crop  - Coal with Heathered Wee Stripe
Mynah Crops - The coal/angel look ok, the STCH not so much

Astro Pant - I wonder how it would look one size larger

Static Charcal Knockout Short - These look nice.

10 comments:

houndlvr67 said...

The Mynah crop in ANY color combination just add width. REALLY don't like...

I wish that they would have offered the "Hills" crop again. Oh well...

I am thinking about trying to return my Wunder Unders in STCH-they are pilling like a mf after 4 wears and my thighs aren't THAT big :(. I am totally avoiding luon bottoms and ESPECIALLY this color.

Momof5 said...

Gosh -- I hate to be so negative all the time -- BUT -- those Mynah crops are horrible -- the lines make you look broad -- the static is unforgiving -- i wouldn't even be tempted on loot for $29!!!

I totally agree with the Push UR limit - it would have looked so much nicer with a contrast color -- it would highlight the great cross back on this!

I like the savage combo -- but need another scoop like i need a hole in my head -- and I don't like the white neckline!! ARGH!!! Really I LOVE LuluLEMON!! Where are the great color combos and Fem tanks!! there is tons of potential with the new colors -- I would love to see a mix up that isn't plaid!

LuluAddict said...

@houndlvr67 - Oh yeah, I wear my Hills crops all the time to spin. They are probably my favorite crop. I prefer them over my all-luxtreme crops, probably because they are not as sung feeling.

Pattybea said...

More ugh... I agree, those crops would be hard pressed to look good on anyone--of course they look great on the super skinny mannequin at the store...

Dug out some of my older lulu today to workout in...heathered coal grooves with a black scoop--classic!!

Chelsea said...

agreed on the mynah crop. just not flattering on anyone. who puts stripes running down the back of your butt and thigh?

i don't have a push ur limits tank yet because i keep trying to buy things that have enough support for when i run. that usually requires a sports bra underneath. how much support does the tank have? is it a good spinning/biking top? i am a c-cup and i don't like a whole lot of bounce....thoughts?

lavenderapothecary said...

@Chelsea - I am a c-cup as well, the Push Ur Limit is suuportive enough for spinning/biking/weight, but not supportive enough for cardio/running.

Anonymous said...

push ur limit tank is my new favorite.i especially like cross in the back and mesh panel. I wasn't sure in passion with my skin tone but i just LOVE the contrasting so I have to get it. I kind agree with everyone that solid color is little bit boring but GREAT tank. And great support with thicker strip.

LuluAddict said...

@ chelsea - I'm a DD and I find the Push UR limits supportive enough for spin class. I don't think it would be enough for a high impact cardio or running, though. I really like the Push UR Limits tank.

Chelsea said...

thanks for the info, luluaddict. i tend to favor the CRB's just because of the versatility for the activities i do but i'm pretty bored of looking at the same old style of top. i might try one out to put some variety in my life!

mollywaffles said...

Not a fan of the giant vertical seam that splits you in the middle on the coal mynah crops. Lulu's 'gussets' are supposed to prevent you from being cut in half -- yet the seam is doing just that.